Four girls take part in illegal underground fighting event "Girl's Blood" held at an abandoned school building in Roppongi every night. The girls have their own stories and quirks from their private lives. Satsuki (Yuria Haga) suffers from a gender identity disorder, Chinatsu (Asami Tada) ran away from an abusive husband, Miko (Ayame Misaki) is a S&M queen and Mayu (Rina Koike) has a Lolita face.
- Stars:Yuria Haga, Sanae Hitomi, Rina Koike, Takahisa Maeyama, Ayame Misaki, Misaki Momose, Shô Nishino, Haruka Ohshima, Hideo Sakaki, Rina Sakuragi, Hiroshi Shinagawa, Isamu Sugihara, Yukiko Suô, Asami Tada, Yoshiyuki Yamaguchi,
- Director:Koichi Sakamoto,
- Writer:Kazuki Sakuraba (based on the novel by), Takehiko Minato (screenplay)
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Girl's Blood torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: This was a really good flick. Focused on plot developement but was still creepy.
(br) wrote: Surrounded by shocking rumours and disavowed by directors and writers, this scandalous sandal epic is one of a kind cinema. The only feature film ever produced by Penthouse magazine, Caligula is penned as an eroticised portrayal of one man's descent into power-crazed insanity. In reality, however, Caligula is 2 hours plus of Malcolm McDowell playing Mr. Mentalist, cross cut with closeups of masturbating extras, random orgies and chicks peeing on corpses.The plot and 'climactic' moments are difficult to comprehend amidst the background scenery, the tone thrusts back and forth in complete confusion, and a commanding McDowell is literally the film's only redeeming feature. Without him, Caligula would implode. Roman excess never looked so excessive.
(fr) wrote: Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper in this Hammer style thriller that never quite lives up to its potential. A plethora of British minor and major character actors and a brief appearance by Barbara Windsor, sumptuous sets and lashings of Kensington gore make this worh a look to any fan of Hammer or Holmes, but although John Neville gives a decent enough performance, he's no Peter Cushing - Cushing's performance in the 1959 Hound of the Baskervilles is much more dynamic and the chemistry with Watson much more believable.
(us) wrote: This has been labelled the must see musical of the 1930's...and in many ways I can see why. It showed the behind the scenes of these ever so popular musical shows of the depression era and even though exaggerated had some truth there.The acting wasn't to bad either...early 30's acting is normally quite frustrating but this seemed somewhat natural. It's amazing how racy this film was considered just sheerly showing a woman's leg...times have a changed.However the main reason people saw these movies was for the routines and finally this film delivered...good scene but didn't compare to what Busby Berkley had prepared for us for the years to come.
(ag) wrote: Another horror that fails to scare. And at the end of the day, if a horror can't scare, then it's useless. It had potential during certain moments/scenes but simply failed to capitalize on any momentum that had built up.
(mx) wrote: When they do the first Spring Scrimmage, did anybody else notice the entire team is off sides? I wonder who actually was in charge?I actually saw an FU shirt today! It wasn't for the movie but for a college. Made me think of the scene where they have to do a cheer naked for the head cheer guy. I was laughing all day.
(de) wrote: A decent story, but way too melodramatic. Tamara Hope was extremely annoying as well.